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《Ancient and Modern Agriculture》 2003-02
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The Appearance and Feature of Japanese Agricultural Books in East Asia

Mitsutoshi Jokunaga (Osaka University of Economics, Osaka Japan)  
This article tries to discuss that forming process of Japanese farming books and those characteristics. Author thinks Chinese farming books once influenced Japanese farming books in the period of appearance of Japanese agricultural books. Author also points out that two characteristics were showed in Japanese farming books, one is that people believe the plants have ideas, the other is that there are all kinds of gods in agriculture.
【CateGory Index】: K313
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